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The worst thing about traveling is the traveling, It took 22 hours door to door from our San Fransisco hotel to our new home. Our epic journey involved a bumpy 10 hour flight, a 4 hour wait in Lima airport (thank god for pizza and wifi), a regional flight to Cusco and a long taxi ride to the sacred valley where the driver chatted feverishly …
We left Lima with the overnight bus to Cusco. The trip us uneventful at the start but our luck would soon change. One of the activities to pass time on the bus is bingo, well wouldn't you know Connie won. The prize was a trip back to Lima which we won't be using but anyway good to win. What happened next is like a movie replay. We had just turned a …
Upon arrival at the Rio Sagrado resort we were again upgraded – I love our travel agent! They put us in ...
... staying here who is filming some legendary Peruvian gourmet chefs. John the camera guy woke with some stomach flu. It wasn't pretty. Tomorrow is the big day for us, we are finally doing Machu Pichu. I will never forget when my bro Ronnie told me about that amazing place back in the 80's. I swore I would go there. Now it's happening. We are ...
... br> In 1650 the population of the Colca Canyon was 32,000 but the Spaniards sent the men to work in the silver mines, where many died and the population reduced to 7,000. Today, young people are leaving the valley to find better professions in the cities. Only 40% of the agricultural terraces are used nowadays but you can see the neglected terraces higher up.
1875 - 1985 Colca Canyon was very busy as a project was implemented to build an aqueduct to ...
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